The New York Times grabs the Gansevoort story, and asks the right question:
So does an unspectacular yet wholly unique row of buildings render the block between Greenwich and Washington Streets sacrosanct, or is it out of place? With everything around it being transformed, is that all the more reason to redevelop the strip, or to rescue it?
It’s pretty obvious which answer the Landmarks Preservation Commission should give!
Read the full article here.